Young London’s tips for a perfect spring clean

Young London’s tips for a perfect spring clean

Young London’s tips for a perfect spring clean

Spring has sprung and that means it is time to get the cleaning equipment out.

The Young London Property Management team have gathered some of the top tips we provide to our residents throughout the year to help them in their obligation to look after their home.

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Property Maintenance: How to Clean Grout and Remove Mold

This is my fourth property maintenance blog and I hope that you are enjoying the series. Its been great to think about the common maintenance issues our tenants face and come up with ideas to help them deal with household problems.

So far this series has looked at:

Your thoughts are always welcome; feel free to add your  maintenance tips into the comment sections. If you have a maintenance issue that you would like some advice on, leave a comment below and it could be dealt with in my next blog!

Today I will look at grout, which is a material that seals things like tiles together. Grout is not something you want to remove – it is an essential tool! However it is often used in bathrooms which means it can go black and moldy – which is not pleasant and rather unsightly. So today I am going to show you how to prevent that moldy mildew that can grow on grout, and I will also give you some tips on cleaning it if it gets into a bad state. Read more of this post

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Property Maintenance: How to remove limescale

When life gives you lemons ... start cleaning image: Troy Tolley

Welcome to week three in my property maintenance series. I hope that whether you are a regular reader or new to the blog that these posts have been helpful. As always, if you have any further questions or suggestions please do get in touch.

This week I am looking at limescale; the white, chalky stuff you see in kettles and on taps that is caused by hard water. Limescale is unsightly and removing it is sadly not quite as simple as spraying on a product and having a quick scrub. That said removing limescale is easy to do, and I will outline the different products that are effective. Read more of this post

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